Kitchen Tip Tuesdays: Easier cold-cut sandwich dressing
Here's a handy time-saving sandwich-making tip for those of you who (like me!) make cold-cut sandwiches for lunches!
At least several times each week, I make a cold-cut sandwich for in my husband's lunchbox. I always make the sandwich fresh, shortly before he leaves for work, so it doesn't get soggy.
My husband likes salad dressing (Miracle Whip or equivalent), mustard, and horseradish on his cold-cut sandwiches, and it always took extra time to get all 3 things from the fridge, as well as at least 2 separate utensils to spread them on the bread.
So, I make a mixture of all three ingredients! First I combine the mustard and horseradish, using equal amounts of each. Then I add Miracle Whip until the spread is the right strength in relation to the horseradish. ;)
I store it in a lidded container in the refrigerator, and then when I need to make a sandwich, I just have to spread one thing on the bread! Much simpler. :) We use this on our burgers, too!
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